Come have some fun and feel good about creating a better community for pets and people.
Good things can happen when animal people come together! Walk with us to raise funds for homeless pets on Sunday, May 6, 2018 at Booth Amphitheatre in Cary, NC.
SPONSOR OUR TEAM OR WALK WITH US!
Join team Two Men and a Mom! Register Now! Use code “MIX1015” when registering!
The SPCA of Wake County is a no-kill organization. Thanks to support from donations, the SPCA of Wake County is able to help over 6,000 animals each year. We’re saving more animals than ever before and providing an unprecedented amount of help to families struggling to keep their four-legged companions. This is why the SPCA needs our help more than ever before. Every single animal they save is because of people like us who care about homeless pets. Kyle, Bryan, Sarah and everyone at WRAL-FM are proud to support this no-kill work and we hope you’ll team up with us to help!
|Schedule of Events:
12:00pm: Main Gates Open!
1:00pm: Dog Costume Contest @ Main Stage
1:30pm: Rally For The Cause @ Main Stage
2:30pm: Ruff Races Begin. Enter your pooch in the Waste Industries Ruff Races and find out whose dog is ruffer. Prizes include: Sweet Gift Baskets, bragging rights and bandanas for heat winners. Enter the ruff race as many times as you want until your dog’s size category is finished.
4:00pm: Musical Sit Contest Begins @ Main Stage (no registration necessary)
5:00pm: Event comes to a close
|Event Location Map: (Parking details below)|
Below is a map of the main lots to use (overflow parking is available if needed). Handicap parking spaces are available near the gate entrance. All event attendees please enter through the main event entrance gate (shown below).
Did you know that the SPCA of Wake County was founded in Raleigh, NC in 1967 by a small group of concerned citizens who believed the world could be made a little better if we could provide better treatment and protection for our community’s animals?
In the 50 years since, SPCA volunteers, supporters and advocates have indeed changed this community for the better. YOU have made the world better in small ways and in profoundly large ways that impact people and animals.
Join us for a the 19th Annual Dog Walk and help celebrate over 50 years and helping mort than 300,000 animals! And the best part? Gather as many people as you can for this meaningful event to come together and make your voice heard for the animals. GET INVOLVED TODAY!